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There is now no doubt that the NFL is a pass-first league. Need proof? How many fantasy owners predicted Pierre Garcon, Tyrell Williams, Mike Wallace and Kenny Britt would all break the 1,000-yard barrier this past year?  It is possible that none of the foursome were drafted in many, if not most fantasy leagues in... Read More

NFL rookies have it easy. OK, well, maybe not easy. But their first-season struggles are typically chalked up to the difficult transition from the college ranks to the pros. There's no such mercy in Year No. 2, when the struggles get labeled as the dreaded sophomore slump. Sophomore slumps extend beyond just the player's on-field... Read More

Rookies are the ultimate unknown in the NFL. Teams review hours and hours of game film, analyze enough numbers to make most banks jealous, and scout players at individual workouts, but there's still an unknown quality to rookies. It is difficult to predict how they'll perform as professionals. When they do perform well, general managers and coaches... Read More

If you caught my last piece on breakout running backs, then you're just as starved as the rest of us. Sometimes I think the weeks in between the Conference Championships and the Super Bowl are harder to get through than the dog days of late February. Our fantasy successes and disappointments are way too fresh in our... Read More

The later rounds of a draft are typically marred by a lack of attention. Your core team is in place, so the remaining rounds are filled with kickers, defenses, rookies, and sleepers. In a re-draft league, you need to make sure your backups are somewhat reliable, but there's always the temptation to grab that lottery... Read More

Anyone who has ever played fantasy for an extended period of time will tell you that the middle rounds of a draft make up the meat and potatoes of your team. It's easy to win or lose your league based on your early round picks since those are your home run hitters. Rounds six through... Read More

While the first and second rounds of any fantasy draft are often quite straightforward, as the biggest studs make their way off the board in a predictable order, as the early-middle rounds approach, things can get quite wild in a hurry. This trend was as clear as ever in our RotoBaller Way Too Early Mock... Read More

So ... how about that Super Bowl, huh? It seems fitting that, after a postseason filled mostly with one-sided snoozers, the football gods would treat us to arguably the most improbable comeback in the history of professional sports. Rather than spend more time trying to figure out what exactly happened the night of Feb. 5... Read More

We study. We plan. We scour the web. Before any fantasy football season starts, we do everything we can to make our best predictions. Despite our best efforts, we're often surprised by what actually happens. Let's take a look at some of the more surprising wide receiver performances of 2016. Understanding what happened will help... Read More

Making predictions is truly a double-edged sword - it hurts so good at first, but when you bleed out later the results aren't so fun. Then again, sometimes you hit the nail right on the head and you can look back and say, "Maybe I do know a thing or two about fantasy football!" Before... Read More

We are here to remember the career of a future Hall of Fame receiver, Mr. Andre Lamont Johnson. He was a prolific receiver in his day, amassing 1,062 receptions, 14,125 yards and 70 touchdowns over a 14-year career. While he retired as the all-time leading receiver in Houston Texans history, he meant just as much... Read More

Wide receivers played a bigger factor than ever in fantasy football this season. Many fantasy owners went with the "Zero RB" strategy and waited until the middle rounds before even considering a quarterback. Therefore, the number of wide receivers with a first or second round ADP increased from previous years. Unfortunately, not all of these... Read More

2016 was the best year of my life, as I got married to the girl of my dreams. 2016 was not as good to many others, however, especially in the NFL and in the fantasy football world. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, fantasy football owners and marijuana stoners! Please allow me to introduce the... Read More

2016 wasn't exactly an exciting year for traditional rookie storylines. Unlike the emergence of Odell Beckham Jr. via one-handed grab in 2014, or the dominant arrival of guys like Amari Cooper last year. Ultimately, 2016 revealed no red carpet for the heir to the throne (though one rookie made a pretty dominant case.) Unlike the... Read More

We are one weekend away from knowing who will represent the AFC and NFC in this year's Super Bowl. One team will proudly hoist the trophy, while the other is destined to spiral downward in the offseason, miss the playoffs in 2017 and be rife with busts throughout their lineup (thanks for nothing, Carolina). Before we... Read More

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